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Campsites with Electricity (Equestrian | Nails Creek)

  • People per Site: 8
  • Number of Sites: 20

You may camp here without horses. Weekly non-peak rate is available at the Nails Creek Unit from December through February.

  • Picnic table
  • Water hookup
  • Restrooms nearby
  • Fire ring with grill
  • 30-amp electric hookup
  • Horse pens in the area
  • Sites 21-40 in Bent Tree Equestrian Camping Area

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$20

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

$120 Weekly Non-peak

Campsites with Water (Equestrian | Nails Creek)

  • Number of Sites: 10

You may camp here without horses. Weekly non-peak rate is available at the Nails Creek Unit from December through February.

  • Picnic table
  • Fire ring
  • Water nearby
  • Lantern post
  • Sites 1-10 in Equestrian Camping Area
  • Horse corrals & hitching posts in area

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$12

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

$72 Weekly Non-peak

Campsites with Water (Equestrian | Birch Creek)

  • Number of Sites: 10

Note: Equestrian camping is not currently allowed at these sites in the Birch Creek Unit, due to flood damage. You may camp here without horses. Campsites 107 and 108, have a paved pathway from the parking area to the picnic table and raised fire ring.

  • Picnic table
  • Fire ring
  • Water nearby
  • Lantern post
  • Restrooms nearby
  • Sites 104-113 in Equestrian Area
  • Sites 107 & 108 are wheelchair friendly

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$12

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

Primitive Campsites (Hike-in)

  • People per Site: 4
  • Number of Sites: 18

Non-reservable designated camping areas are between 3 and 10 miles from the parking area on the Lake Somerville Trailway, depending what unit you are entering the Trailway from. Access the sites on foot, bike or horse. Potable water is not available. No open fires are allowed; but you can use containerized fuel stoves for cooking.

  • No Water

$10

Nightly

Plus daily
entrance fee

Notes

Information and prices can change. Parks charge a daily entrance fee in addition to any facility fees, unless otherwise stated.

Purchase a Texas State Park Pass to enjoy free entry to more than 80 state parks for you and your guests for one year.

You may bring pets to most state parks, but they cannot enter Texas State Park buildings. Learn about rules for pets at state parks. For park-specific pet restrictions, contact the park.

Call the park or the Customer Service Center (512) 389-8900 for more information.